DETROIT – Honeywell International Inc. is working on two advancements for its next-generation turbochargers that may help boost market acceptance of turbo power in the U.S., says Martin Verschoor, vice president-worldwide technology and engineering. The first, he says, is an electric boosting system that provides thrust on demand. The system, fully integrated with the engine-management system, works to complement both gas-electric hybrids and fuel-cell vehicles. Garrett supplies ...

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